Articles by: Josh Peters

The new paved path to the White House

The new paved path to the White House

Fasten your seat belts. Pinch yourself if you need to and set your popcorn down for a moment. It may seem as though that was the feature film, but this past year was merely the coming attraction for the foreseeable future of American politics. If we’ve been given an accurate representation, it promises to be just as cringe-worthy as those […]

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Men’s basketball brings forth new talent

In addition to a fresh face behind the bench, Wilfrid Laurier University’s men’s basketball team has added a wide range of talent this offseason. Newly appointed head coach, Justin Serresse, topped up his roster with six new recruits for the upcoming season, consisting of four guards and two forwards. For Serresse, the new position, as well as the new recruits, […]

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alec Elliot prepares to take the plunge into the Wilfrid Laurier University Olymic sized swimming pool before heading to Rio (Paige Bush/ Photo Editor)

Paralympic swimmer Alec Elliot is headed to Rio

Wilfrid Laurier University swim coach, Hans Witolla, took a long pause as he searched for the correct words to describe Paralympic hopeful and Laurier swimmer, Alec Elliot. “Not only has he found that one thing that he can be great at,” said Witolla. “But he has figured out exactly how to do that thing.” As for Elliot, there isn’t a […]

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Laurier football alumni appointed as strength and conditioning coaches

For the last four years, Greg Nyhof and Taylor Smith have charged out onto Knight Newbrough field, ready to prove themselves after a long, grueling offseason. This year, the newly appointed strength and conditioning coaches for Laurier’s Athletics & Recreation Department, will find themselves watching from the sidelines, rooting their team on. For Nyhof, it’s something that may take some […]

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The benefits of a policy  for recruiting

The benefits of a policy for recruiting

File Photo by Will Huang Canadian university football has always been the inferior little brother to its southern neighbour. In the NCAA, the stage is brighter, schools are bigger and opportunities are greater. If a recruit has exceptional talent, they usually won’t find themselves on a gridiron north of the border. So when a top prospect walks away from a […]

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Ending 2015 on a sour note

Ending 2015 on a sour note

Hawks fall under .500 with two losses

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The OUA ‘fighting a losing war’

The OUA ‘fighting a losing war’

League wins television coverage battle by securing a deal and branding with CHCH network

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It’s the end of Christmas

It’s the end of Christmas

The Grinch must work for Starbucks

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Laurier left with much to prove

Hawks keep chasing first-round playoff bye after pulling within one point of Western Mustangs

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The journey to the top of the nation

Women’s soccer ranked No. 3 for first time since 2012

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